Joplin Adds Experimental WYSIWYG Editor

Joplin adds experimental WYSIWYG editor

Joplin is a free, open source, cross platform ( Linux, macOS, Windows, Android and iOS ), end-to-end encrypted note taking and to-do application with synchronisation capabilities. The notes are searchable, can be tagged and images or other resources can be attached to them. The notes can be synchronised with various cloud services including Nextcloud, Dropbox, OneDrive or any WebDAV server.

Over the weekend Joplin was updated to add a new experimental WYSIWYG editor. However, the keyword here is  “experimental” and the devs warn us not to use it for important notes as we may lose the content of the note, or it might get corrupted.

Other changes:

  • Added way to upgrade master key encryption and sync target encryption
  • Add button to About box to copy Joplin’s information to the clipboard
  • Api: Add support for “tags” property for note PUT request
  • Add global shortcut to show/hide Joplin Ctrl+Alt+J on Linux and Windows, and Cmd+Opt+J on macOS
  • Bug fixes

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